The Aircraft Structural Assembler is responsible to maintain, modify and integrate components into major assemblies. He/She will be involved in activities like assembly, installation, repairing of sheet metal and composite products.
- Maintain, modify, and install the various components of aircraft sheet metal and composite assemblies and structures.
- Install and fabricate complex aircraft structural assemblies.
- Ability to perform any level of rework with little or no supervision, and the ability to train others on re-work methods.
- Extensive knowledge and proficiency of precision measuring devices. i.e., micrometer, ball gauges, dial calipers, scales, and all other calibrated devices.
- Has the ability to train others.
- Maintain documented records of work accomplished.
- Works from and to engineering drawings, blueprints, manufacturing specifications and procedures. Has the ability to train others.
- Adheres to quality procedures and instructions both written and verbal.
- Notifies supervision of all malfunctions, defects and damages of material, equipment and/or product.
- Expected to keep all areas clean, neat, and orderly. Train others on 6S.
- Preform visual and functional inspection of operations to ensure product meets all requirements and specifications. Has the ability to train others.
- Assist in development of co-workers, by coaching and mentoring other mechanics.
- Assure final quality acceptance of installation and configuration of all components. (i.e., rivets, fasteners, holes, sealant, torque, and all other components that are applicable).
- Ability to perform mechanical functions in any or all of the following examples: precision drilling, close tolerance holes, reaming, countersinking, cold working of metal, installation of rivets and fasteners.
- Adhere to all company policies and safety programs.
- May be required to assign job tasks and follow up for completion.
- May be required to perform any and all other related job duties as assigned.